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17 Spectacular Stained Glass Designs for The Feast of the Ascension

The Feast of the Ascension is a significant festival on the Christian calendar, commemorating the day when Jesus ascended into heaven 40 days after His resurrection on Easter Sunday. When it comes to artwork celebrating this awesome event, we have a host of spectacular stained glass designs for your church, chapel or home. If you […]

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Stained glass image of Saint Simon.

Saint Simon and Saint Jude Stained Glass

St. Simon and St. Jude Honored in Stained Glass Saints Simon and Jude are the eleventh and twelfth disciples of Jesus, who continued after the crucifixion to do His work, as missionaries traveling together to bring the gospel to Mesopotamia and Persia, and were eventually martyred there.  Saint Simon, or Simon the Zealot and St. […]

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Jesus and Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque with the Sacred Heart.

The Sacred Heart of Jesus is Featured in Stained Glass

Sacred Heart of Jesus Celebrated on June 27 “Who is there who would not love this wounded heart? Who would not love in return Him, who loves so much?” Saint Bonaventure Jesus’ heart is a worldwide symbol for undying, unconditional and divine love and compassion, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus has become a sacred […]

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Saint Rita of Cascia stained glass.

Beautiful Stained Glass Depicts Saint Rita of Cascia

St. Rita of Cascia Shines in Stained Glass  Saint Rita of Cascia is not a typical female saint, and almost didn’t become a saint at all, since she was denied a place in the monastery due to the fact that she was a widow. Married at twelve, Margherita Roccaporena became the wife of Paolo Mancini […]

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Saint Catherine of Siena in stained glass.

St. Catherine of Siena in Stained Glass

Saint Catherine of Siena, Patroness of Italy “No one should judge that he has greater perfection because he performs great penances and gives himself in excess to the staying of the body than he who does less, inasmuch as neither virtue nor merit consists therein; for otherwise he would be an evil case, who for […]

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St. Stanislaus in stained glass.

Saint Stanislaus is Honored in Stained Glass

Stained Glass Featuring Saint Stanislaus April 11 is the feast day that celebrates the life of Roman Catholic Saint Stanislaus of Szczepanów, a patron saint of Poland who was born in 1030 and became the Bishop of Krakow. Especially beloved by Polish Catholics, Saint Stanislaus is honored by churches and shrines all over the world. […]

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St. Isidore stained glass.

Stained Glass Honoring St. Isidore of Seville

Saint Isidore’s Feast Day is April 4 Born into a family that included three other saints, Saint Isidore, who served 35 years as the Bishop of Seville, was born in 560 in Cartegena, Spain. His two brothers were eventually canonized as Saint Leander and Saint Fulgentius and his sister was Saint Florentina.  A devoted student […]

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St. Casimir in stained glass.

Stained Glass Featuring St. Casimir

Saint Casimir Day Honored in Timeless Stained Glass A beloved reminder of Saint Casimir, who is the patron of Poland and Lithuania is “Peace is not won by war; sometimes a comfortable peace is not even won by virtue, but Christ’s peace can penetrate every government repression of religion.” Casimir Jagiellon was born in Poland […]

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Our Lady of Lourdes is depicted in colorful stained glass.

A Stained Glass Tribute to Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes featured in Stained Glass On February 11, in 1858, a fourteen-year-old girl named Bernadette Soubirious experienced an extraordinary apparition of The Blessed Mother of Jesus in a French grotto. That, and subsequent meetings during that year, have filled Catholics with awe for decades, seeking spiritual solace and healing in the waters […]

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St. Agatha in stained glass.

Saint Agatha Honored in Stained Glass

Saint Agatha Feast Day Commemorated Saint Agatha’s feast day is celebrated in the Roman Catholic Church each year on February 5. Through the centuries, Saint Agatha’s story has evolved into a beloved tale of loyalty to faith and martyrdom. As the story goes, Saint Agatha was born to a wealthy family in Catania, Sicily during […]

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